Gregory Wilhelm, owner of Royal Meadery in Richmondville, had heard that someone had completed the Schoharie County Beverage Trail in 21⁄2 hours, but he was skeptical. “They couldn’t have done all the tastings,” he says.
Let’s face it, your invitation to a friend’s Adirondack Great Camp didn’t get lost in the mail. But you can still visit one of the last of those Gilded Age “camps” -- Newcomb's Camp Santanoni, the pride and joy of Robert and Anna Pruyn.
In the heart of the Adirondack Park sits Lake Placid, a tiny village that uses its robust history, beautiful mountain backdrop and countless summer attractions to create the perfect northern summer getaway.
By Margaret Hartley/Gazette Sunday/Features editor
August 4, 2015
Kites, tea parties and Julie Andrews as the magical singing nanny — they’re all part of the fun Wednesday when “Mary Poppins” will be screened at 8, for free, outdoors at Empire State Plaza’s West Capitol Park.
The first thing kids come across at the Children’s Museum of Science and Technology in North Greenbush is a waterfall representing Lake Tear of the Clouds in the Adirondacks, with an inviting, kid-sized canoe on the floor at the bottom.